A Sydney building manager has reached out to residents with a heartwarming offer of support for those affected by the lockdown.
The kind gesture to those potentially struggling during the city’s fourth week of stay-at-home orders was well received by residents, with a copy of the email shared to a r/sydney thread on Reddit on July 23.
The email reads: ‘If anyone is not working/not getting a pay-check and runs out of food or necessities… please don’t let yourself or your kids go to sleep with an empty stomach.
A Sydney building manager has reached out to residents with a heartwarming offer of support for those potentially affected by the Covid-19 induced lockdown, as the city comes to the end of their 4th week of lockdown
‘Don’t be afraid or embarrassed to send me a private text. I’m more than happy to help with what I can. No one has to know and I will pretend it never happened’.
Finishing with the kind-hearted phrase: ‘What’s understood never has to be explained’.
This beautiful gesture lifted the spirits of the person who shared the email, and commenters praised the building manager.
One commenter wrote: ‘A-grade good buy’.
‘This building manager is a real champ,’ another added.
As Sydney and surrounding metropolitan areas continue to lockdown, gestures like these are what people need to continue to be positive throughout Covid-19